|Reversim podcast 13 - Ori and Rn|
Reversim Platforma podcast, episode 13 - scalability
Keywords: reversim; scalability
|Performance Analysis of IMS Signaling in Multimedia Networks|
The deployment of IP Multimedia System (IMS) is on therise and hence performance analysis og IMS becomes acritical area that needs to be investigated. One of the keyareas to be addressed in this paper is the signaling part ofthe IMS architecture. IMS uses the Session Initiation Protocol(SIP) for its signaling during session establishment andtermination. The nature of transactions involved in IMS isshort and frequent hence signaling overhead needs to beanalyzed...
Keywords: Multimedia Networks; IMS; SIP; Scalability
|DrupalCon SF 2010: Providing a Scalable Infrastructure for Whitehouse.gov|
In October 2009, the official site of the President, Whitehouse.gov re-launched on Drupal. The preparation, development, and testing of the infrastructure required was an immense effort full of challenges. It was a landmark win for Drupal and did a lot to legitimize Drupal's flexibility, security and scalability to those outside of our community. This session will provide insight into the infrastructure required to power this uniquely visible and high traffic site...
Keywords: DrupalCon 2010; architecture; High Availability; infrastructure; performance; scalability
|DrupalCon SF 2010: MongoDB - Humongous Drupal|
Drupal sites live or die by their database. For years we've accepted the strengths (and weaknesses) of RDBMS, mostly MySQL, sometimes PostgreSQL, but serious alternate contenders for storing our data have not been available. The convergence of two awesome things, Drupal 7 and MongoDB (from "humongous"), are changing that, and ushering in a new era of LAMP. Meet Mongo Mitch MongoDB was born out of the need for three things: speed, scale and simplicity...
Keywords: DrupalCon 2010; d7; database; MongoDB; NoSQL; performance; scalability
|A Novel Optimum Technique for JPEG 2000 Post Compression Rate Distortion Algorithm|
The new technique we proposed in this paper based on Hidden Markov Model in the field of post compression rate distortion algorithms certainly meet the requirements of high quality still images. The existing technology has been extensively applied in modern image processing. Development of image compression algorithms is becoming increasingly important for obtaining a more informative image from several source images captured by different modes of imaging systems or multiple sensors...
Keywords: JPEG 2000; Hidden Markov Model; Rate distortion; Scalability; Image compression; post compression
|Analysis of Estimation of Distribution Algorithms and Genetic Algorithms on NK Landscapes - Martin Pelikan|
This study analyzes performance of several genetic and evolutionary algorithms on randomly generated NK fitness landscapes with various values of n and k. A large number of NK problem instances are first generated for each n and k, and the global optimum of each instance is obtained using the branch-and-bound algorithm. Next, the hierarchical Bayesian optimization algorithm (hBOA), the univariate marginal distribution algorithm (UMDA), and the simple genetic algorithm (GA) with uniform and two-p...
Keywords: NK fitness landscape; hierarchical BOA; genetic algorithm; branch and bound; performance analysis; scalability; local search; crossover
|Fact Sheet Scalability and Rural Development - Pim Kantebeen, MSc|
Fact sheet on scalability and rural development provides a definition of scalability, explains why scalability is important for rural development, lists related terms, links the idea of scalability to the concepts of diminishing returns and returns to scale, explains the relation between scalability and complexity, describes how scalability should be applied in rural development and presents some examples.Referring to this fact sheet can be done as follows: Kantebeen, P.J., 2008...
Keywords: scale; scaling; scaling up; scalability; innovation; agriculture; agricultural; rural; rural development; fact sheet; development
|Scalable Honeynet Based on Artificial Intelligence Utilizing Cloud Computing - Nogol Memari|
The Honeynet is not a single system but a network sits behind a firewall where all inbound and outbound data is contained, captured and controlled. The Honeynet has two main components, data control and data capture. Data control is the way of filtering and allowing data flow and data capturing is collecting information for analyzing later on. The analysis is using the information which is collected and stored in Honeynet...
Keywords: Artificial intelligence; Internet security; Cloud computing; scalability; Honeynet; Honeypot; ijorcs; ijorcs.org
|The nature of scale increase in agricultural innovation - Pim Kantebeen, MSc|
SUMMARY: Increasing the scale of agricultural innovation is needed for ending rural poverty. The issue of 'scaling up' has been debated widely, but many different approaches and definitions are being used. Resources available for agricultural research and extension are limited but taxonomies of scaling up approaches have thus far failed to distinguish between efficient and inefficient approaches. In economy, three concepts are frequently used to describe what happens when the scale of a system,...
Keywords: scale; scaling; scaling up; scalability; diminishing returns; returns to scale; innovation; agriculture; agricultural; rural; poverty; dissemination; extension; development; rural development
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|Cape Town *Camp 2007 - Cape Town GeekDinner|
Videos from the Cape Town *Camp 2007, held at AIMS. http://wiki.geekdinner.org.za/wiki/Star_Camp/Cape_Town_2007 Talks: * Johann Botha - Issues with License Conversion wrt the ECT Act * Glen Verran - Podcast.co.za * Shaun O'Connell - Paper Prototyping * Neil Blakey-Milner - Scalable Web Applications using Open Source Software * David Robinson - Net Neutrality * Alex Halderman - eVoting * Vinny Lingham - Venture Capital * Phil Barrett - User Experience * Ian Gilfillan - Wikipedia * Tim Shier - Goo...
Keywords: *camp; starcamp; cape town; geek dinner; geekdinner; barcamp; drupal; vmd; google earth; wikipedia; user experience; ui; venture capital; vc; eVoting; e-voting; Net Neutrality; Network Neutrality; Scalability; Open Source; Web Applications; Paper Prototyping; podcast; ect; telecoms
|International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research (IJSER) - International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research (IJSER)|
International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research (IJSER)
Keywords: sensor; power; energy; base station Sensors; ARM 7 microprocessor; GSM modem National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA); National Disaster Response Force (NDRF); National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM); The International Association (IAEM); The International Recovery Platform (IRP); World Conference On Disaster Reduction (WCDR); International Strategy For Disaster Reduction (ISDR). anthropometric; clinical assessment; malnutrition; nutrition; orphanage FPGA; MXE; Modelsim; Xilinx; DFT Artificial Intelligence; Knowledge based Systems Logic test; low-power test; on-chip decompressor; scalability; test data compression Area overhead; data recovery; error detection; motion estimation; reliability; residue-and-quotient (RQ) code Block codes; difference-set; error correction codes (ECCs); low-density parity check (LDPC); majority logic; memory Fixed-width multiplier; hardware-efficient; low-error Packet Delay; PON; End to End delay; SHA jamming signals; Strong hiding commitment scheme; cryptographic puzzle hiding scheme; Strong hiding commitment scheme. scene image; mathematical morphology; thresholding; closing and opening operation; text extraction; OCR Security problem; SAR; Message Authentication Code; Adhoc network L293D H- bridge motors; Motor control; Robot; Robot arm; Wireless camera; Zigbee Profile; science process skills; junior high school Bandwidth; MILP (mixed integer linear programming); throughput; regular node; mobile backbone node influence; Malaria; Parasitaemia; PCV; Plasmodium; falciparum; Efficacy Building Information Modeling; Methodology; Digital Interface; Simulation Earned Value Management (EVM); Earned Schedule (ES); Project Monitoring; forecasting project outcomes watershed; water scarcity; perennial; soil erosion GPS; GSM; train section; railway crossing; control section. MANET; Protocol; OLSR; analysis; simulations Images; DWT; lifting scheme Stair case lift; Material Handling System; civil structure distributed hash tables; DHT; security; Sybil attack; peer -to- peer Andhra Pradesh; agriculture labour migration; health risk; magnitude of migration health programmes and policies for migrants